Permanent Address Current Address
Apt. Blk. 312, Ang Mo Kio 7b, Creston Cresent, N.W.
Ave. 3, #15-2102 Calgary, Alberta
Singapore 560312 Canada T2M 4J9
H: (65)-456-3102 H: (403)-289-5909
A challenging position, utilizing abilities developed through my experience and education, with the opportunty for professional growth based on performance.
M.Sc. in electrical engineering with a broad knowledge of digital signal processing from normal 1D signal to multi-dimensional signal and specializing in image compression.
Master of Science in
University of Calgary,
Sep. 93 - Aug. 96 (expected).
- A member of the
Micronet MD-DSP research group of Canada;
- Researched on the methods of coding and processing of multi-dimensional
- Developed a 1D image compression scheme based on fractal scan and fractal
Bachelor of Science with
in Electrical Engineering (minor in Computer Engineering),
University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
Sep. 89 - Apr. 93.
Involved with projects in 3D solid modeling, both conventional DSP processor implementation and neural network implementation for adaptive signal processing, and software simulations of digital communication systems.
Gold Medal from Association of Professional Engineers, Geologists
and Geophysicists in Alberta in 93;
- Dean's List
- Trajan and Florica Nitescu Scholarship in 91-92;
- UMA Group Scholarship in 90;
- University of Calgary Undergraduate Merit Award in 90-92.
NovAtel Communication Ltd., Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
May 93 - Aug. 93
Research Assisitant (Engineer-in-training)
- Responsible for a research project aimed at building a prototype of a
1-bit Delta-Sigma (D-S) A/D converter based on a switched-capacitor
- Investigated the hardware implementation of certain filter structures
using switched-capacitor technology;
- Performed mixed-domain (analogue-digital) analysis and simulation of the
- Constructed a prototype 1-bit D-S A/D converter using discrete
May 92 - Aug. 92
- Investigated the feasibility of using a D-S A/D converter with a bandpass
characteristic in a digital communication system;
- Simulated and verified the design of the converter using ComDisco SPW
- Optimized the design to suit the specifications for a digital wireless
- Evaluated the performance of the optimized design under various operating
Singapore Armed Forces, Singapore.
Mar. 87 - Aug. 89 Platoon Sergeant
- Served as an instructor in the School of Basic Military Training;
- Instructed new recruits in the basic military skills, from drills to
combat, from physical training to weapon handling.
Skills and Knowledge
- In-depth knowledge in multi-dimensional signal processing, covering 1D
digital signals, still images, and video sequences;
- Working understanding of control systems, digital systems, electronics,
fractals, neural networks, and chaos theory;
- Intuitive understanding of system design.
- Experienced in software simulations and prototyping using both high-level
and low-level languages;
- Well versed in C and C++ and object-oriented approach and programmed in
many other computer languages such as Pascal, Fortran, BASIC, and
several assembly languages;
- Accustomed to the operation and environment of workstations and PC's and
the common operating systems and user interfaces, such as Unix, DOS,
NEXTSTEP, Xwindow system, and MS Window;
- Familiar with MATLAB and ComDisco SPW system.
- Fluent in both English and Chinese;
- Strong analytical and organisational skills;
- Comfortable with mathematical modelling of systems;
- Capable of working individually or in a team.
Activities and Interests
- Volunteered in Festival Hong Kong `92, Calgary;
International Student Centre in University of Calgary
during the acedemic year of 93-94.
- Especially interested in high fidelity audio reproduction;
- Interests includes all rackets games and winter sports;
- Travelled to several countries throughout North America and Western
References available upon request.